More on the two "villians" too. It has a nice description, not overly technical (though inevitable at times) for understanding. Crux of it is remediation is really for CPU vendors to issue firmware updates to protect against these attacks. The OS and affected vendor will "support" with their release to reduce the attack surface or make it harder to exploit.
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If you on a form decide to move some controls into a tab control, you normally do a cut and paste of these controls - from the form into a page of the tab control. Then all the events of the controls get cleared; the [Event Procedure] markings are gone and the code behind is detached though still present.
To restore these settings, open the code module of the form. Then do:
Mark all code with Ctrl+A
Cut it away with Ctrl-X
Select menu Debug, Compile
Paste all the code back into the empty module with Ctrl-V